In a world of filters and Photoshop. In a world of robots and artificial “intelligence.”
In a world with an increasingly tenuous grasp on what “real” even means,
there is one thing that you can count on from us.
We use regular women with real jobs and real bodies in all of our photography.
Their hair really gets wet, their knees really get scraped, their bellies are really bellies.
They really do all the tricks and they even land most of ’em.
And they sometimes even show up pregnant to our swim photos shoots (see if you can tell which one).
Sure, we know Photoshop is a thing, but it is not a thing we use to change the shape or look of our real people “models.”
And every single skill or sport or trick you see in our images? All skill and muscle, no smoke and mirrors.
Chances are, each of you has a story that’s a lot like theirs.
Missy Park, Founder
“In a world with an increasingly tenuous grasp on what “real” even means,
there is one thing that you can count on from us.”
That you will bend the definition of “real” to make a good caption. Like the one about Aleta jumping off of Mt Chamonix in the French Alps. Care to look that one up on Google Maps?
Furthermore, she’s not wearing a harness or sunglasses or gloves — real gear for paragliding. Are we to understand that she’s just posing? Is that really what she does?
Hmmm. Not “real” impressed.